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His and Her Two Seaters - Mountain Creek Cemetery - Saint Jo, TX
Posted by: Groundspeak Premium Member QuarrellaDeVil
N 33° 45.859 W 097° 30.352
14S E 638366 N 3737027
Quick Description: Two two seaters, one for the men, one for the ladies, are on the grounds of Mountain Creek Cemetery, north of Saint Jo, TX.
Location: Texas, United States
Date Posted: 11/9/2016 6:59:27 PM
Waymark Code: WMTE67
Published By: Groundspeak Premium Member Thot
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Long Description:
Coordinates given are for the men's, but they are within sight of each other. Both are the proverbial tin shacks, with two seats, and an appropriate "Men" and "Women" sign on each. They're open on one side, with a screen. No rolls are provided.

While the men's could be usable if the briers were cleared, it's probably still OK for a quick visit, although it's missing part of its roof and the screen needs to be propped back up. The women's is in better condition, missing nothing and ready for use.

As always, be on the lookout for spiders or critters in the leaves that accumulate on the floors.
Why Is This Privy Here?:
These are probably here for visitors and for use on decoration days. They're too new to have been around at a time when a church may have been here.

Mountain Creek is a small rural community north of Saint Jo, in rural Montague (MAHN-tayg) County, TX. The actual creek flow through adjacent Cooke County as well as Montague County, going into Katy Lake in the area While those from states with mountain ranges may consider it laughable, yes, there is a "Gordon Mountain" nearby, elevation of nearly 1300 feet. This area is popular with those who enjoy scenic drives, especially bikers, due to its wonderful views of the Red River Valley.

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